Slovenian Knobbular Wooliness


Nenad Motika took these great shots, and says “A few sheep from Triglav mountain (in Slovenia.) They are not afraid of climbers :).”

Don’t Fly And Text At The Same Time, Or…

..you could BONK into a window. Everything is OK, though- so says Elizabeth C.!

“Little Beaky McBeakersons flew into my window and knocked herself out. There are a billion kittehs in my ‘hood so I consulted the wisdom of the Interwebs that suggested I pick her up and keep her cozy until she recovered. I’m happy to report Beaky McBeakersons is now recovered and has flown away to be with all her bird-buddies – but not without letting me skritch her teeeeeeeenny birdhead first! SQUEE! I’m from Toronto and the city has a great site about what to do when birdies hit the glass.”

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How Spineless of Us

It has come to our attention that there is a serious shortage of posts featuring baby blobby cephalopods hitching rides on hermit crabs. So here you go.

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Squid pro quo, Shannon J.

Snailio Makes Itself Perfectly Clear

I don’t mean to be a pane but it’s not easy being transparent.

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I’m fed up with birds crashing into me.

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And telling the kids to go play baseball somewhere else.

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It’s clear I’ll just have to see through another day.

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Delicately dainty snailio photos by Helen Nelson of The Good Earth. Thanks to sender-inner Zoë.

The Notorious F-I-G

Without a doubt a couple of these are Nosevember candidates…but we can’t wait 6 months.

Greer B. (full name = best name ever) sent these in. “This is Fig (a.k.a. Figgy Smalls, Fig Poppa, The Notorious F.I.G.)! She’s always patient with me…which is surprising, considering I have an annoying habit of balancing things on her incredibly flat head. Thanks for your time and for keeping up such a fun site!”

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Kitten Huffing In Five Easy Steps: The Review

Meg covered this last fall, but it never hurts to brush up. Let’s recap:

1. Locate prosh mini fur bag (hardest part, really.)
2. Gently pick up kitteh.
3. Hold firmly.
4. Shove kitteh right up in your schnozzle.
5. Commence snorfing!

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From the award-winning Furrtographer.

“Shelter Puppehs Are The Best Puppehs!”

So says submitter Rachael S.! (And she’s right.) Take a look at these photos she submitted.

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For more details, contact the Southern Pines Animal Shelter. They’ve also got that FB thing going.

OK Maru, We Get It

Apparently you need not be a portly Japanese furball to love boxes.

Submitted by Cuteporter Meaghan G. and many others: video from Big Cat Rescue.

Resemblance, There Is

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From Michelle G.

THIS JUST IN: Dimbi’s Debut

Or, as the Parc Zoologique & Botanique de Mulhouse in France would say, “Voila!”, which literally means, jeepers creepers where’d ya get those peepers?
Dimbi, the blue-eyed black lemur, a critically endangered species (boo, hiss), was born on March 8 (yay!) and just recently made his first public appearance.
See for yourself!

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Can’t…  look…  away…

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And you can see even more about Dimbi over at Zooborns.

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